"There are some phobias out there that may seem humorous at first, but for those who suffer from them on a daily basis, they are no laughing matter. Such is the case with anatidaephobia.
Anatidaephobia is the fear that at any point, somewhere in the world, a duck or goose may be watching the person who is suffering from the phobia. The person is not necessarily afraid that the duck or goose will attack them or even touch them. They only fear that the animal is watching them, keeping tabs on what they're doing at any moment throughout the day."